Kits and Unique Items
Are you ready to explore our Onondaga County Parks?
The LPL has two 2020 Explore Outdoors Passes that allow free admission to the following Onondaga County Parks:
Beaver Lake Nature Center (one vehicle)
Highland Forest (four people)
Jamesville Beach Park (one vehicle)
Oneida Shores Park (one vehicle)
Pratt's Falls Park (four people)
The Rosamond Gifford Zoo (four people)
The passes are located on the Lucky Day table in the main room.
You can keep the pass for three days.
The passes are on a first come first serve basis, you can not put a hold on them. Fees for programs other than admission are not included with the pass.
Free admission to the Corning Museum of Glass.
The adult day pass allows complimentary museum admission when the library pass is shown, access to the express members-only line at the admissions desk and the opportunity for the holder to purchase a membership at the museum at a 10 percent discount. We've got four. They're located at the Lucky Day table.
You can keep the pass for three days, with no renewal.
One day vehicle pass to more than 128 NYS Parks.
• Three day loan
• Non holdable, non renewable
• 1 pass per library card
• 18 years or older
Other things you can check out:
Outdoors lovers can check out the Daycation kits to become more aware of fantastic destinations in Central New York, with Waterfalls/Adventures and Museum/History Buff. The Garmin eTrex 20 will help you explore it all on foot with a handheld GPS.
Go on Safari with the Wildlife Observation Field Trip and Wildlife & Butterfly Observation Field Trip.
At night, turn your view skyward with the Stargazing kit's powerful binoculars and star chart.
Music lovers can check out a ukulele, bongos, guitar, keyboard and accordion.
TV fans can take home the ROKU Streaming Media Player and watch Netflix and more for free, and eBook fans can check out the Samsung Galaxy Tab4.
Protect your legacy with the Family History Video flip cam and instructions, Film to Digital Converter and Video Conversion Suite 2.0,
There's the power-saver monitoring of Kill A Watt.
And eye-opening virtual reality of Google Cardboard.
See our display just inside the main library doors.